Free 2-Day Shipping on Orders Over $50* Up to 25% Off Marmot– Save on Clothing and Gear


For the steepest mixed routes in the world.

Petzl designed the Ergo Ice Tool from the ground up to give you every possible advantage on the hardest mixed climbs in the world. The staggered lower grip eliminates pick shift when matching, and a third pommel lets you match and choke up as much as you need to get into position for the next long reach.

  • Highly curved shaft clears the biggest bulges when you go from rock to ice
  • Pick weights provide better penetration in ice and can be removed to lower weight
  • Adjustable grip size provides a custom fit to your hand
  • Mixed-specific pick provides better stability on rock and when stein-pulling
  • No hammer or adze included, so nothing sharp will be coming at your head if you pop a tool
  • Low-profile spikes added to grip for traction on low-angle top-outs

Share your thoughts



No file chosen

Rather attach a photo from another website?

Rather attach a photo from your computer?

    Add a:
  • Share a photo
  • Share a video


Only jpg, jpeg, png, gif or bmp files please.

Now review from the App.Download

Here's what others have to say...


Great for dry tooling or mixed

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

This is a great tool when used what it was designed for. I bought a set of these strictly for dry tooling/mixed climbing, yes I have used them on ice but found the angle is way to extreme and makes swinging very awkward.

If you are looking for a specific tool for anything overhanging these a great. If you are looking for an all around do everything tool stick with the Nomic or Cobra. I find I really only use these when I am screwing around with friends dry tooling.

Great for dry tooling or mixed

Ergo In Action

Petzl Says;

This film demonstrates proper ice screw placement technique, as well as how to set an anchor and a v-thread in waterfall ice. We will discuss the key technical elements, but remember that when swinging your tools into the ice, it is crucial to understand the medium on which you are climbing. The quality of the ice, its structure, the terrain above, recent changes in temperature - all these factors and others must be considered before you step off the ground and onto the ice.



  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Still one of the best in the catagory. Good even grade 3 ice and really really good on steep mixed. Amazing picks. A tool that should see more people climbing on them. Most would be surprised just how much better this tool would make them in just a little time.


Best in the business

    I only got in a couple of trips with these before the ice melted out. But, compared to the other ice tools I used, these were fantastic. It took a bit to get used to the radical curvature of the shaft, but once you get used to that you'll love the angle in which your hand sits. Much more comfortable to work up long stretches. The multiple hand positions make climbing over bulges or matching hands a breeze. These are definitely for ice/mixed/dry, and not for technical mountaineering. Probably want something more like the Quark for that. The